View the Essential Anatole Krasnyansky Collection

Cello Solo Anatole Krasnyansky Park West Gallery

Cello Solo” (2013), Anatole Krasnyansky

Don’t miss the opportunity to collect work by Anatole Krasnyansky, an artist who once exhibited alongside Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall, and Diego Rivera.

Park West Gallery presents the Essential Anatole Krasnyansky Collection, featuring one-of-a-kind paintings, serigraphs on paper, and dye sublimation works on aluminum. View the collection online here or on the Krasnyansky website.

Every client who purchases art from this collection also receives a copy of the artist’s catalogue raisonné, “Krasnyansky.”

Born in 1930 in Kiev, Ukraine, Krasnyansky worked as a prominent architect, designer, and watercolorist before he and his family immigrated to the United States in 1975.

Krasnyansky settled in Los Angeles where his talents led to a career as a background artist for major television and movie studios, including ABC and Universal Studios. His credits include “General Hospital,” “Battlestar Galactica,” and “Gilligan’s Island.”

A mere year after his arrival in the United States, the Dalzell Hatfield Galleries in Los Angeles exhibited six Krasnyanksy watercolors in its “International Watercolor Masters” show alongside art by Picasso, Chagall, Rivera, Paul Klee, and Camille Pissarro.

Russian City at Daybreak Anatole Krasnyansky Park West Gallery

Russian City at Daybreak” (2010), Anatole Krasnyansky

Krasnyansky approaches his art in two distinct styles: The first draws on his architectural background  and depicts cityscapes, while the second is a theatrical, surreal style featuring masked figures. Traces of his Eastern European heritage are present in both styles.

View the Krasnyanksy collection online or contact a gallery consultant at (800) 521-9654 or sales@parkwestgallery.com after hours to collect your favorites today.

6 Responses to View the Essential Anatole Krasnyansky Collection

  1. Cheryl Brill says:

    We have 4 of his pieces and love his work!

  2. Louise says:

    Superbe!, j’adore les couleurs !!
    Vive Krasnyansky !!!

  3. Colin Peattie says:

    Love his work,first artist we ever bought,have 7 pieces,love them,old world and new.

  4. Jim Gelleny says:

    We have a Musicali Gold that we would like to sell w/recorded number that bought in 1986

  5. Gina Rabbin says:

    We have a limited edition print titled “Tallin” numbered 1/200 that we’re interested in selling.

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